Second Chance Sato : March 2016
Meet the new girls in town! Jenny, Sandra and Susana are all available for adoption!
Interested in adopting or fostering one of these sweet pups? Contact Erica at Second Chance Sato.
Female . 1 year
UPDATE: JENNY HAS BEEN ADOPTED!
Jenny was found roaming the streets of Puerto Rico. Save A Sato spent two weeks feeding her to gain her trust. After spending time with Jenny, it's hard to believe she was ever slow to warm up. Now, she is quick to roll over for a belly rub and will even sit for a treat! She has a very docile and obedient personality. She will make a great addition to any family!
Female. 6 months
UPDATE: SANDRA HAS BEEN ADOPTED!
This pup stole my heart. I am reluctant to post her because I want to keep her for myself... this is becoming a trend every time I visit Second Chance Sato!! She couldn't stop wagging her tail all the while giving me kisses. Sandra came to Second Chance Sato after spending the first few months of her life living on the streets of Puerto Rico with a homeless man. Left for hours in the hot sun with no food, water or shelter, Save A Sato convinced the man to surrender Sandra. You can tell she is grateful to have been rescued and now she is ready to settle into her forever home.
Female . 6 months
UPDATE: SUSANA HAS BEEN ADOPTED!
Susana is a sweet, delicate soul. Save A Sato found her and her litter mates in a box outside of a factory. Sadly, she was the only one in the litter still alive. Save A Sato nursed her back to health before sending her on her way to Pittsburgh. She needs a little extra time to warm up but you can tell that she is eager to love and be loved!
Second Chance Sato is a dog rescue organization located south of Pittsburgh, PA. Erica, Founder of Second Chance Sato, has worked to develop a partnership with the Save A Sato rescue organization in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Save A Sato is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to easing the suffering of Puerto Rico's homeless and abused animals. ["Sato" is slang for street dog.] They rescue dogs from the beaches and streets and give them medical care, food, shelter and LOVE! When the dogs are healthy, they are sent to shelter partners like Second Chance Sato. Together, these rescue organizations seek to find forever homes and reduce the overpopulation of stray dogs. All dogs are vaccinated before being sent to the United States.
Despite the long journey, new climate and heartbreaking stories of animal cruelty, the pups you'll meet below are eager to interact, very affectionate and ready to fill your heart with lots of kisses and tail wagging!